Lord Foul’s Game

transcribed by Doug Burbidge The CIA had a tradition of making deliberately stupid games, based on whatever happened to be around: “Doc” Smith Roleplaying, Revolting Antares, etc., with each game designed to emphasize the bad bits of the source material. From page 24 of the 1992 CIA Annual, Perpendicular Worlds, here’s: Lord Foul’s Game (Thomas… Continue reading Lord Foul’s Game

They’re Commin Right For Us!: The “just another bug-hunt” game! Review?

by Chris Creagh This multiplayer board game was rediscovered in a box of SF ‘stuff’ housed in Murdoch University library. It is a Furrball Publication, copyright 1999 Paul Kidd with the concept being “One player controls a horde of bugs. One or more other players each control a single marine. The bugs must charge down… Continue reading They’re Commin Right For Us!: The “just another bug-hunt” game! Review?

SwanCon the Collectable Card Game – Expansion Pack NextGen

By Chris Creagh A hardcopy of the original game was downloaded from sccg.grfb.com on the 10/05/01 between 11.01 and 11.07am but unfortunately it no longer exists there. The subheadings were: Goals, Aims & Ethics Rules Basic Cards Expansion Pack 1 I may have an electronic copy in an inner onion layer of the current computer… Continue reading SwanCon the Collectable Card Game – Expansion Pack NextGen